Sir Gus Walker | Military Signature Archive


Sir Gus Walker

£59.00 Inc VAT

After commanding 50 Squadron’s Hampdens, subsequently led Wellington, Halifax and Lancaster squadrons.

1 Frame Finish
[31 - 17]
Framed - Gun Metal
[31 - 18]
Framed - Silver
[31 - 19]
[31 - 69]
Framed - Rivet
[31 - 902]

£59.00 Inc VAT

About Sir Gus Walker

Things you may like to know.

Sir Gus Walker, decorated for his leadership on low-level bombing raids, was an England International rugby player but tragically lost an arm as he typically and unhesitatingly rushed to help rescue the crew of a burning Lancaster on fire on the runway when its 4000lb bomb exploded. 

Gus Walker was a bomber pilot from the early days of the war flying Hampdens, Wellingtons, Halifaxes and Lancasters operationally. Known for his cheerfulness and ‘press-on’ attitude, he was a popular officer that had all the attributes for high command. Retiring after the war an Air Chief Marshal, he subsequently became ADC to King George VI and Queen Elizabeth II.

Product Reviews

Please leave a review about this product.

Related Products

Created For You